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    Alpine Access climbs to new heights with 100 new hires planned

    Alpine Access, an outsourced provider of customer service centers that employs home-based workers, is hiring 100 agents in Minnesota. The company says it needed to bring on more staff to meet increasing demand from new and existing customers.

    Posted 06/01/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Alpine Access, an outsourced provider of customer service centers that employs home-based workers, is hiring 100 agents in Minnesota. The company says it needed to bring on more staff to meet increasing demand from new and existing customers.
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    Alpine Access to Hire More Than 100 People in Oklahoma

    Contact center provider to hire home-based employees in Oklahoma to meet demand from new and existing customers Denver, CO – October 14, 2008 – Alpine Access, the premier provider of contact center solutions for brand-conscious companies, announced today that the company is expanding into the state of Oklahoma. The majority of home-based customer care professionals will be hired from Tulsa, Oklahoma City and respective surrounding areas in order...

    Posted 11/03/2008

    Contact center provider to hire home-based employees in Oklahoma to meet demand from new and existing customers Denver, CO – October 14, 2008 – Alpine Access, the premier provider of contact center solutions for brand-conscious companies, announced today that the company is expanding into the…
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    1-800-Flowers goes home to increase call center support for Valentine`s Day

    More than 1,000 call center agents are taking Valentine’s Day orders this week during a peak holiday for 1-800-Flowers.com. Agents from home-based, web-enabled provider Alpine Access help spread the load.

    Posted 02/14/2007Kurt PetersPost a comment

    More than 1,000 call center agents are taking Valentine’s Day orders this week during a peak holiday for 1-800-Flowers.com. Agents from home-based, web-enabled provider Alpine Access help spread the load.
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    At call center provider Alpine Access, the workplace is at home

    The 6,000-plus agents employed by Alpine Access work out of their own homes. Using a secure Internet connection and secure phone switch, the company supports retailer clients with home-based agents in 42 states.

    Posted 06/23/2005Mary WagnerPost a comment

    The 6,000-plus agents employed by Alpine Access work out of their own homes. Using a secure Internet connection and secure phone switch, the company supports retailer clients with home-based agents in 42 states.
  • / Press Release

    Office Depot Selects Alpine Access for Call Center Support

    Quality, reliability of home-based agent model motivates selection Golden, CO – July 19, 2004 – Alpine Access, Inc., the leading provider of outsourced call center solutions using home-based agents, announced today a one-year agreement with Office Depot to provide inbound call center support for their commercial clients. “Alpine Access emerged as the best fit for our needs due to its unique business model and strong track record of providing high...

    Posted 07/19/2004

    Quality, reliability of home-based agent model motivates selection Golden, CO – July 19, 2004 – Alpine Access, Inc., the leading provider of outsourced call center solutions using home-based agents, announced today a one-year agreement with Office Depot to provide inbound call center support…
  • Fannie May’s new owner uses web site to keep brand alive

    When Alpine Confections bought the rights to the Fannie May candy brand earlier this year after the former owner filed for bankruptcy, it maintained FannieMay.com as a means of keeping the brand alive even as the brand’s candy shops closed.

    Posted 06/02/2004Kurt PetersPost a comment

    When Alpine Confections bought the rights to the Fannie May candy brand earlier this year after the former owner filed for bankruptcy, it maintained FannieMay.com as a means of keeping the brand alive even as the brand’s candy shops closed.

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